99 grand cherokee laredo wont start but turns over
Hi I need advice /help with my Jeep 1999 grand Cherokee laredo I6 .She wont start but turns over,Just changed the spark plugs,battery,air filter and the starter is about 8 mos old.Mechanic checked the fuel system and said its ok.What could be causing this?
Re: 99 grand cherokee laredo wont start but turns over
My jeep did the same thing. when you open the hood, on the right hand side of the engine, it was two small rubber hoses, the back hose came off, i think it was the air intake. it was only easy to fix, just push it back on, it should be a small clamp on it.
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Spray some carb cleaner into the throttle body. if engine starts then problem is in fuel system...otherwise likely in ignition. You need to do a code test and get some direction to where to look from that. common failure in ign system is crank sensor. but do not replace anything without verifying by testing or repair can get expensive.